Louise B. Sullivan

June 6, 1931September 22, 2020

Louise B. Sullivan (Froehlich), 89 years old. Beloved daughter of Paul and Aloisia Froehlich (deceased). Loving wife of Edward J. Sullivan (deceased) and mother of Christopher, Maureen, Shawn, Kerry (Anna) and Timothy (Lori) and nephew, Paul Froehlich, entered peacefully into eternal rest on Tuesday, September 22, 2020, surrounded by several of her children and friends.

Born on June 6, 1931 in Cleveland, Ohio, she married Edward on May 11, 1957 and enjoyed 39 years together until Ed's passing. Louise was the sister of Leopold (Mary Louise, Margaret) (all deceased) and her twin brother, who was born deceased.

Louise dedicated her life to her family. Her love for her husband and children were immeasurable. They were the joy of her life. Likewise, she was the kindest, most welcoming person ever. Her home was always open to anyone, never judging. She was always up for an adventure, had a good sense of humor and was quick with a smile, laugh and a joke. She brightened so many lives. She was an avid reader and bowler and loved a good game of scrabble. She will be greatly missed by her children, sisters- in-law, nieces and nephews and countless friends.

At Louise's request, no service will be held. A memorial Celebration of Life will be held at a later date, yet to be determined.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation, in Louise's name, to:

Kidney Foundation of Ohio 2831 Prospect Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Hospice of the Western Reserve West Campus 22730 Fairview Center Drive Fairview Park, Ohio 44126 216-227-9048


  • All Services Private


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Jean Marie Miller

September 30, 2020

I remember Aunt Louise and Uncle Eddie as a young couple and just married. Louise was so pretty in her bridal dress and Eddie so handsome. She was a wonderful addition to the Sullivan family. We all loved her.

Wishing you peace, comfort, and lots of love through this time of sorrow.
Jean Marie

Peggy Klein

September 25, 2020

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. From the day I met your mom she made me feel very welcome. When I attended get together’s that she was at she always took the time to sit and chat with me. No matter what my mood was she always brought a smile to my face. She had a great perspective on life and a great sense of humor!! She will be missed!!

Jane Damm

September 24, 2020

Dear “Lou “
She always treated my sister and I like we were her “kids” while our parents lived in Florida. When they moved here, she became their friend too. We enjoyed countless cookouts, holiday dinners, and parties at her house. There were shopping trips, times out to lunch or dinner etc. After I retired I was so happy to help her ( for a change ) by taking her to MD appointments, and by helping to explain it all. I loved her dearly! She was my “Other Mother”. I will miss her wit and Commentary, her funny quirks and her spirit. Godspeed Louise! Greet all the angels for us. Love ❤️ ❤️❤️

Cora Donnellan

September 24, 2020

I am very glad to have met Louise when I visited my best friend Anna and her Husband Kerry .
I’ve enjoyed my time spent with Louise and the whole family .
Louise is witty , fun to be around with and such a lovely, kind hearted lady .My sincere condolences to Kerry and Anna , Maureen , Shawn and Tim.
Rest in peace Louise , you will be in our hearts forever .

Mary Kay Armeni (Barry)

September 24, 2020

Mrs. Sullivan was a very special person. She had an awesome sense of humor and was so kind. She always made you feel welcome and part of the family. Our families enjoyed many summer trips to Pike Lake and every milestone celebration together. My kids enjoyed spending time with her, too. I smile thinking of my parents and Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan together again enjoying a good laugh. I hope we can celebrate her life all together soon. She always enjoyed a good party! She will be missed!

Greg Zito

September 24, 2020

My condolences to Chris, Maureen, Shawn, and Kerry.


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